Description:The Cal Poly Pomona campus is on the site of cereal mogul W.K. Kellogg’s Arabian horse ranch. Kellogg donated the land and horses to the state of California in 1932 with the stipulation that the horse breeding program and Sunday horse shows continue. The horses were kept in the original stables in the center of the campus until 1974, when they were moved to the newly constructed W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center just east of campus.
Speakers at the dedication ceremony are Norman Dunn, Director of the Horse Center; Jack Tallon, President of the Southern California Arabian Association; Frederick Brackett, Dean of the School of Agriculture; Yale Freed, President of the International Arabian Horse Association; Russell Mawby, President of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation; Robert Kramer, President of Cal Poly Pomona; and Harold Wilson, past Dean of the College at Cal Poly Pomona.
Additional Description: Notes on original containers: Tape 1 - Band concert on patio; Tape 2 - Dedication.
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